Genscape launches high-tech Canadian oil supply chain service; delivers advance notice of storage, pipeline & rail
“Transparent operational data without asset ownership” presentation to be delivered at Gas & Oil Expo in Calgary, Alberta this June
Genscape, a pioneer in developing sophisticated and patented energy monitoring systems, announces the launch of its virtual Canadian oil supply chain service. The new service leverages Genscape’s proprietary in-the-field energy monitors to track oil storage, pipeline and rail movements.
“It used to be the only way to get operational data on storage, pipelines, rail, refineries, and vessel movements was to actually own the infrastructure,” said Chris Sternberg, managing director of oil for Genscape. “After more than a decade of investing in our proprietary network of energy monitors, Genscape puts this data at your fingertips.”
Mr. Sternberg will be presenting Genscape’s state-of-the-art North American oil offering at the upcoming Gas & Oil Expo in Calgary, Alberta. From aerial and infra-red photography of crude storage tank volumes; to real-time pipeline flow monitoring of 28 key crude oil pipelines; and satellite tracking of infrastructure build-outs, attendees will gain a clear picture of the engineering tools deployed to help you keep ahead of the ever-changing North American crude oil infrastructure landscape. Free trials of any Genscape oil service are available upon request.
During this 30 minute presentation, attendees will learn:
• What is the “new normal” crude flows from Canada, Bakken, and Eagle Ford
• How these new flows are affecting historical basis relationships
• How capacity build-outs in Edmonton, Hardisty, Cushing and other key storage areas are affecting the North American market
• A real-time data overview of Seaway and other key pipeline build-outs and ramp-up rates
• A first glimpse of what may become a new WTI trading hub in the USA
Discover how some companies have access to inside data on oil storage, pipeline and rail movements without investing billions to own or build it. See how to use this data to understand the rapidly changing oil market and determine the best economic routes and timing for moving oil into the best economics.